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Photo#817393
Type of Moth? - Asciodes quietalis - male

Type of Moth? - Asciodes quietalis - Male
St. James City [Pine Island], Lee County, Florida, USA
July 29, 2013
Size: 3/4"
Found this moth inside my friend's house early in the morning, so I took images before releasing alive; maybe related to tussocks due to hairy front legs? Its long antenna are laid back in photos. ID help requested ... thanks in advance!

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Type of Moth? - Asciodes quietalis - male Type of Moth? - Asciodes quietalis - male

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Much appreciated!
Wow - that was fast! Many thanks! This is a new one for me. Makes sense since my friend has lots of bougainvillea outside his home.

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